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BROCKPORT POLICE DEPARTMENT   
 

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Weekly Media Release
August 17, 2014 through August 24, 2014

August 18th, 2014:

Theft: A Westwood Drive resident called to report an unknown suspect entered their vehicle and stole change in the cup hold.

Theft: A Frazier Street resident called to report that an unknown suspect entered their vehicle and stole money from the cup holder.

Theft:  A Glendale Road resident called to report that an unknown suspect entered their vehicle and stole a GPS and Power cord to the device.

Theft: An unknown suspect entered a North Main Street business and took 4 packs of Red Bull and left the business without paying for the items.

August 19th, 2014:

Robbery: A victim reported that an unknown suspect grabbed his prescription bag and money and fled the scene.  A witness, who was familiar with the suspect, identified the suspect to police.  Police are still investigating. The victim was unharmed.  (**Ryan M. Black, 18 years old, was arrested on Grand Larceny charges for this crime on 8/21/14)

August 20th, 2014:

Annoyance:  A Park Avenue resident called in an annoyance complaint with “loud kids” in the area.  No children were found after officers canvassed. 

August 21st, 2014:

Criminal Mischief:  It was reported that a tenants window at his Villager Apartment was shattered by a possible known suspect that was seen outside of the apartment.  Police are still investigating.

August 22nd, 2014:

Harassment:  The victim flagged down officers and reported an altercation between her and her boyfriend, four hours prior, this resulted in her being bruised.  The victim refused medical attention and arrest.  Officers could not locate the boyfriend, documentation only.

August 23rd 2014:

Arrest:  Police arrested Ryan J. Gogarty, 20 years old, for Obstructing Gov’t Administration, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct, Harassment 2nd, and Unlawful possession of Marihuana all which stemmed from a guest that was refusing to leave a party on the corner of  on Holley Street/Perry Street. 

Disturbance:  The owner of a restaurant on Clark Street called police to report an irate customer.  The customer claimed to have found a piece of glass in his food, and demanded a refund.  When the owner refused to give the customer his refund, the customer continued to make a scene before being told to leave the location by police.  No further incident. 

August 24th 2014:  From midnight to 0600-

Party/Annoyance:  Neighbors reported a loud party at 30 Chappell Street.  The caller requested to cancel soon after calling police.

Intoxicated Student: Police responded to the area of 156 West Avenue for the intoxicated male that was crying and upset because he was lost and could not find his way back to Holley Street.  He claimed a taxi dropped him off at this location.  Officer transported the male back to his roommates.

Criminal Mischief: An Erie Street resident reported that an unknown person/persons “busted” the house window.  No suspects at this time.

Customer Trouble:  Police responded to four separate customer troubles at Rocco’s Sports Bar.  One was against the bouncers, one was an intoxicated female refusing to leave and another was an intoxicated female down and was transported to Strong West, and one was a possible fight to start. 

Dangerous Condition:  A concerned citizen reported several students on the roof of 167 Main Street.  Those students were told to get down.

Suspicious condition:  A neighbor reported hearing glass shatter and things breaking at a State Street resident.  Officer investigated and found an intoxicated male had punched several items including a grill at his house.  He had several lacerations and was transported to the hospital.

Trespass: A Holley Street resident called to report kids walking on their property.  The resident was upset and stated that anyone caught on the property was to be arrested for trespass. 

**Officers took 19 more calls between the hours of midnight and 0600 on August 24, including two traffic stops, nine parking tickets and eight special attentions and directed patrols. 

 

As always, any requests for comment or questions regarding this release should be directed to Chief Daniel P. Varrenti at (585) 637-1020 during regular business hours.

 

The Brockport Police responded to 674 calls for service from August 18, 2014 through August 24th, 2014 with 12529 calls to date.

 

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